... eye. I still have drops left but was told to throw away after 14 days. Why can't I use what is left in my other eye? What happens after 14 days? I don't want to spend the money for another script
The manufacturer doesn't say why, but is quite clear you have to. Usually when a time limit is on the medication, its because after that time it will degrade and not help and could even cause harm, or because there was a chance of contamination and the drops could grow bacteria. Call your pharmacist and see what they say, but I'd say you should pitch them.
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